Case and His Contempories: Or, The Canadian Itinerant's Memorial: Constituting a Biographical History of Methodism in Canada, from Its Introduction Into the Province, Till the Death of the Rev. Wm. Case in 1855, Volume 2

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S. Rose, 1869 - Methodist Church
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Contents

BinningNo present material for his history
108
Drafts from the Missionaries Published statements
109
Prospects at Quebec Montreal and Kingston
110
Arrival of Mr and Mrs BoothConclusion to send H Pope to Upper CanadaCornwall
114
Johnstown the upper extremity
115
His estimate of Canada
116
Five months labor in Montreal
117
Mr Borlands account of Mr Williams and Melbourne
118
Letter by FisherRisky travelling
119
Meeting in behalf of a chapel
120
Perils the next day
121
Hopes for CanadaCatterick and KingstonJohnson and Fort Wellington c
122
and 262 Particulars of Societies formed
123
Improvement of the country
124
Difficulties of Missionary life
125
Calls from Upper CanadaThe coming District Meet ingParticulars about Montreal
126
The numbers made up at District Meeting
127
Detroit MichiganJudge AbbottLanning leaves Harmon
128
Lannings notice of changes
129
WestminsterToumans and SwayzeIncrease
130
Culp and Jackson preach in York
131
Dr Lackeys description and Dr Reids apostrophe to Case
132
Brown and CornwallH Popes advent in Matilda Confronted by HeckA preaching duelAppropriate textOld farmers opinionsAn interview that came to...
133
Augusta has a preacher who will not lose adherents
134
PopularHorace TupperHas Pattie and Demorest for colleagues
136
ResidenceAnswer to prayer
137
Looking across the River to Prindles CircuitGains 59
138
RyanAuthors remembrance of him
145
Beltons size appearance and talents
151
Paragraph Pagt
156
AncasterHickcox and BeltonDavis
162
854 Stations in Lower Canada or Cases District
170
The writers first sight of him 370His Sermons
177
AugustaChamberlayne and Jeffers
179
Beeders checkered history and happy death
180
Ottawa and its two preachersHull
183
Things characteristic of Adams
184
Antecedents of the Montreal preacher Bowen
185
Goodwins antecedents
186
Speculations about Flint
187
Prindle missedIuteresting incidentBorder Circuits
188
Previous and after history of Zenas Adams till his coming to Upper Canada
190
Paragraph Pagt 455 to 458 An escapade between Pope Ryan and Fergu son
210
Awkward position c
212
and 460 State of the case by Pope
213
Close of his first years labors c
214
District Meeting in Kingston c
215
Vienna Session of Genesee Conference
216
Stations by Districts Upper Canada
218
and 470 DixonIrish cSort of preacher
219
Long PointJackson and Bundle
224
Regrets for Fergusons JournalAncasterWilly Jones and Elder Ryan
225
Circuit goes up under these little men
226
Yonge StreetCulp and Youmans
227
Entrance of Cases DistrictStations
228
CornwallGeneral satisfaction
238
Valuable letter from H PopeWhat it shows
239
VoyageGreeting in CanadaFirst laborsTheir little District Meeting 112
240
The strangers eye wept c
242
Ottawa and E Adams
243
Dimensions of Hollowell Circuit
249
The writer hears the same sermon
255
This a sample of the others
268
British brethrenTheir Little Conference
270
Williams elected Chairman
271
and 594 His answer
273
Solicitude opportuneHis death
274
to 598 Instructions from the Committee
275
How far they fulfilled them
276
No information of Quebec Melbourne and St Armands
277
to 608 Communication from Mr Catterick concernmg Fort Wellington and their first Missionary Meeting
279
to 611 Similar information from Kingston
280
Perth on the British list of Stations but never supplied
281
Date of his removal to York
282
Statistics according to Playter
283
Following Mr Case to General Conference
284
The state of the case
287
and 624 Emory appointed a Delegate to the British ConferenceParticulars deferred
288
and 627 One hundred preachersTragic Event
289
to 630 Particulars about Paine and his death
292
to 640 Particulars about the Conference and the state of Canadian Methodism in that letter
293
and 448 A short episode to his Journal
309
Aggregate of membership c 270
333
to 452 Particulars of Niagara St Catherines and ThoroldMemorial of Names 209
450

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Page 23 - For I will pour water upon him that is thirsty, and floods upon the dry ground: I will pour my spirit upon thy seed, and my blessing upon thine offspring: And they shall spring up as among the grass, as willows by the water courses.
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Page 34 - '(5). In the two provinces there are twelve Circuits and one station (Montreal) which have eleven meeting-houses, which have been hitherto supplied by American preachers. '' Those things being duly considered, together with the contiguity of those provinces to the western and northern parts of the United States, your Committee respectfully submit the following resolutions : " Resolved by the Delegates of the Annual Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in general conference assembled, ''...
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Page 230 - Away from his home And the friends of his youth, He hasted, the herald of mercy and truth ; For the love of his Lord, and to seek for the lost ; Soon, alas ! was his fall — but he died at his post.
Page 445 - Be fill'd with grace divine. 2 Thou art the Comforter, the gift Of God, and fire of love ; The everlasting spring of joy, And unction from above.
Page 116 - Our souls are more alive to God than in England, and we can truly say it is our meat and drink to do the will of our heavenly Father. It is unnecessary to say we have our trials and temptations in Canada as well as in England ; and where shall we go to be exempt from them till we arrive- at our heavenly Father's house ? But we can say God is with us, Christ is precious, so we have nothing to fear.
Page 422 - ... service. He was a pattern of patience for many years, labouring under sharp, and almost continual pain, of meekness and gentleness to all men, and of simplicity and godly sincerity. " Joshua Keighley, who was a young man deeply devoted to God, and greatly beloved by all that knew him. He was ' About the marriage state to prove, But death had swifter wings than love.

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